Recently my husband and I celebrated our fifth wedding anniversary. He's the kind of guy who thoughtfully remembers the little details that I often forget, so I tried very hard to create a card with details that were reminiscent of our wedding. Our wedding colors were black and white, and my bridesmaids and I carried red roses to add a splash of color. I recreated those colors on this card. The sentiment is from a set I used to stamp the napkins for our wedding. I tried to keep the embellishments to a minimum, as I didn't want to "girly" this card up too much for my husband!
I stamped the background in black craft ink on white card stock, then heat embossed it with clear embossing powder. I attached a piece of red ribbon (repurposed from a package I received recently...I always save those ribbons!) to the embossed panel. I stamped my sentiment on a white rectangle and attached it to a larger black rectangle. I added black brads to the corners and adhered that piece to the embossed card stock using dimensionals. I then attached the whole panel to a card base made of black card stock.